Charles Mann
Charles  Mann


Alpharetta, Ga.

High School:
Milton High School

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 215




Dogs Host UK Saturday Evening At Stegeman

Dogs Host UK Saturday Evening At Stegeman


Dogs Host State In Valentine's Night Matchup

Dogs Host State In Valentine's Night Matchup


Bulldogs Look To Bounce Back Against Vols

Bulldogs Look To Bounce Back Against Vols


Bulldogs Welcome Gators to Stegeman Tuesday Night

Bulldogs Welcome Gators to Stegeman Tuesday Night


Bulldogs Travel To S. Carolina For SEC Showdown

Bulldogs Travel To S. Carolina To Complete Road-Heavy SEC Swing


SEC Tournament vs. Miss. State

SEC Tournament vs. Miss. State


Georgia 74, South Carolina 72

Photos from Georgia @ South Carolina on March 3, 2016.


Georgia vs. Ole Miss

Georgia vs. Ole Miss


Georgia vs. Auburn

Georgia vs. Auburn February 24, 2016


Georgia @ Mississippi State

Georgia @ Mississippi State

On & Off the Court with Charles Mann

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Career headlines:
◊ Played in 132 games during his career, the second-most in school history by a four-year Bulldog (Marcus Thornton played in 133 games, including nine games in 2012-13 before redshirting due to an injury).
◊ Started 98 of 100 outings – and all 54 SEC contests – during his final three seasons.
◊ Broke the Georgia career records for both free throws made (618) and attempted (896). In fact, he ranked No. 2 in FTAs (behind only “Pistol” Pete Maravich) and No. 6 in FTs in SEC history.
◊ Ranked No. 13 among UGA’s career scoring leaders with 1,411 points.
◊ Ranked No. 5 among UGA’s career assists leaders with 400 buckets-to-be. Tied with Vern Fleming and Dustin Ware at that spot.
◊ Named preseason first-team All-SEC as both a junior and a senior, the Bulldogs’ first-ever two-time preseason All-SEC honoree.

2015-16 Season Highlights:
◊ A preseason first-team All-SEC pick of league coaches, as well as a second-team choice by a panel of league and national media.
◊ One of only two players (along with Yante Maten) to start all 34 games.
◊ Reached double figures in scoring 20 times, upping his career total to 72 double-digit outings.
◊ One of the nation’s most versatile players who: 1) started at four different positions in first eight games – ‘2’ vs. Winthrop, ‘3’ vs. Georgia Tech, ‘5’ vs. Chattanooga and ‘1’ in five others; and 2) played all five positions – from point guard to post – against High Point.
◊ Opened his senior season with 17 points and a career-best-tying four steals in 41 minutes played against Chattanooga.
◊ Scored a then-season-best 21 points extremely efficiently at Mississippi State, connecting on 7-of-10 shots from the floor (including 2-of-3 3-pointers) and 5-of-6 attempts at the line.

2014-15 Season Highlights:
◊ A pre-season Coaches’ All-SEC first-team pick.
◊ One of only two Bulldogs (along with Nemi Djurisic) on an injury-riddled roster to play in all 33 games and tied with Djurisic for the most starts (32).
◊ Paced Georgia in playing time for the second straight season, logging 1,009 MP.
◊ In SEC individual stats, ranked No. 24 in scoring (11.2 ppg) and No. 10 in assists (3.6 apg).
◊ In stats for SEC league play, ranked No. 9 in assists (3.7 apg).
◊ Recorded season-high outputs of 23 points and four steals against No. 10 Gonzaga.
◊ Became the first Bulldog in 11 years to play 50 minutes when he did so versus Mercer.
◊ Scored 10 of his game-high 22 points during three OT periods against Mercer.
◊ Matched his career-high with 10 rebounds versus Norfolk State en route to his second career double-double.
◊ Shifted from point guard to utility man during SEC play in the wake of teammates’ injuries.
◊ Became UGA’s 45th 1,000-point scorer in the regular-season finale at Auburn.
◊ Scored in double figures in nine of the final 12 games, including two of three postseason outings.
◊ Posted a team-high 19 points against No. 23 Michigan State in NCAA Tournament, one of 20 double-digit scoring outings on the season.

2013-14 Season Highlights:
◊ Named second-team All-SEC by coaches, as well as honorable mention by AP.
◊ Ranked No. 11 and No. 21 in Division I free throw takes and makes, respectively.
◊ Emerged as Georgia’s offensive leader, with team-high scoring honors in 12 outings.
◊ Named SEC Player of the Week on Jan. 13 after scoring 40 points over a pair of victories at No. 21 Missouri and versus Alabama.
◊ Scored game-winning points twice versus Ole Miss – a free throw with 1.5 seconds left in regular season and an field goal with 16 ticks remaining in SEC Tournament.
◊ Posted his first career double-double in the SEC finale at LSU (22 points, 10 boards).
◊ Scored 25 of his career-high 29 points in NIT first-round win over Vermont in the second half as Georgia overcame a nine-point deficit.

2012-13 Season Highlights:
◊ Named to the SEC coaches’ All-Freshman team.
◊ Averaged 28.0 minutes over five-game homestand in December after logging 13.0 mpg during the first eight games of the season.
◊ Finished as team leader in assists and free throw attempts.    
◊ Produced his best performance of the season in a March 2 win over Tennessee, when he matched scoring high of 18 and added eight assists.

Prep Highlights:
◊ Transferred to Milton High from Union Grove High for his senior season.
◊ Coached by David Boyd as a senior at Milton after playing for Russell Atkins during his freshman, sophomore and junior years at Union Grove.
◊ Earned second-team All-State honors for Class 5A from the Georgia Sports Writers Association as a senior after earning honorable mention recognition for Class 4A as both a sophomore and a junior.
◊ Helped Milton’s Eagles, a top-5 team nationally, to a 28-4 record and the 2012 Georgia Class 5A state championship.
◊ Averaged 16.2 points and 5.8 assists per game as a senior at Miltonafter averaging 22.1 points and 6.8 rebounds for Union Grove in 2011.

◊ Full Name: Charles Mann, Jr.
◊ Birthdate: Aug. 12, 1994
◊ Birthplace: Queens, N.Y.
◊ Major: Housing (graduated in May 2016).
◊ Recipient of the Charles Jones Basketball Scholarship.

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